A piece in the Philadelphia Inquirer
By the co-chairman of Philadelphia Against Drugs, Guns and Violence. It's not what you'd expect, tho.
"never felt so good about a decision rendered by the court's conservative majority. I never thought that I would agree with Associate Justices Scalia or Thomas. (I generally despise the two, on the basis of their legal renderings.)
But Thursday's ruling makes perfect sense to this Democrat. (Alito and Roberts were spot on as well.)
The court's conservative majority decided to ignore the liberals who believe that the only way to make our communities safer is to impose further gun restrictions on law-abiding Americans."